Category Archives: Solo/ Small Firm

Have You Done an Ethics Check on Your Firm Website?

By Raven Sarnoff, Sarnoff & Sarnoff A California attorney’s website must comply with California Rule of Professional Conduct 1-400 and Business and Professions Code sections 6157 through 6159.2. In addition to…

Informal Lunchtime Meetings Prove Beneficial For Solo/Small Firm Attorneys

Matthew Gluck, Law Office of Matthew Gluck Starting in 2014, the Solo and Small Firm Sections (S/SF) of the Barristers Club and BASF initiated a Brown Bag Luncheon Series, occurring…

The Benefits of a Paper-Free Office

Eric H. Milliken, Sutter Law Making your law office paper-free, or to be honest, 90% paper-free, is a great goal. I will begin by saying that I have previously read…

Dealing with Workplace Bullying

Aaron Minnis, Minnis & Smallets Small and solo law firm attorneys should expect to hear more about workplace bullying. As of January 1, 2015, mandatory anti-harassment training by employers must…

Five Myths About Starting Your Own Law Practice: An Appellate Attorney’s Perspective

Paul Katz Starting your own practice isn’t for everybody. Yet I’ve found that many of the supposed obstacles aren’t as scary as they initially seemed, such as: 1. It takes…

Pro Bono: A Synergy Between Professional and Philanthropic Interests

The Justice & Diversity Center’s (JDC) Volunteer of the Month for May is Tom Elke, who has represented low-income tenants pro bono since 2011 through JDC’s Eviction Defense Project. A…

Solo and Small Firm Toolkit

A guide to hanging your own shingle, written by San Francisco attorneys   Download the Solo & Small Firm Toolkit Please enter your name and email address below to get…

Tap into BASF’s Knowledge Rich and Extremely Active Solo and Small Firm Listserv

Leonard Lun, Director of Membership Are you a solo or small  rm practitioner and need answers to your questions? BASF has the perfect resource – the Solo/Small Firm Listerv….